NEW YORK CITY
The most populous city in the U.S. (as well as the city that never sleeps). The home of Broadway Theater, culture of all kinds and pizza and bagels worthy of their names. Only Hong Kong has more completed skyscrapers than New York City.
The home of Princeton University since 1756, the Princeton corridor is well known all over the world for its importance as an educational center, corporate and research hub. Also close by is Rutgers University, providing us with endless opportunities to survey, interact, and study the college market.
Often referred to as the “American Riviera” because of its geography and similar climate to that of the French and Italian Rivieras. Santa Barbara is home to more open space per capita than any other city in the country and ranks in the nation’s top 20 counties for bicycle commuters.
Sometimes called the Windy City, the Second City, and The City That Works, Chicago is an international hub for finance, commerce and more. Its O’Hare International Airport is the second-busiest airport in the world and The Willis Tower (formally the Sears Tower) is the highest building in the Western Hemisphere.
The entertainment capital of the world and a cultural mecca boasting more than 300 museums, and a paradise of good weather. Los Angeles is the only city in North America to have hosted the Summer Olympics twice. Oh, and The Shirley Temple, a non-alcoholic cocktail, was invented here.
1350 Broadway, Suite 830, New York, NY 10018
10 Abeel Road, Cranbury, NJ 08512
1100 Glendon Ave., Suite 1723, Los Angeles, CA 90024
104W Anapamu St., Suite 204-B, Santa Barbara, CA 93101